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Privacy is important to us & we take it seriously. A recent software release by Apple identified that our app could read contents of the operating system’s clipboard, used if a user wished to share info with us for troubleshooting. Here's what we're doing to improve this process.
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Madeline Jolie Jul 3
This is why your app is the best weather app! Keep it up
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Ezra Black  Jul 4
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bro die chr ee. Jul 5
You sell our locations too. I stopped using your creepy app and watching your over sensationalized news a long time ago. Snooping peoples clipboards is black hat shit. Shame on you.
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Toby Bartlett Jul 5
Replying to @brodiec
I did this to stop the Weather Network app from gathering my location data: I deleted, redownloaded and reinstalled it. Upon launching it, I denied access to location services. Then I manually typed in the city I wanted the weather for. Now they aren’t tracking everywhere I go!
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Ryan Jul 4
Shout out to this down as fuck weather app.
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bro die chr ee. Jul 5
Btw if Apple hadn’t put this in iOS 14 they’d still be doing it and not apologizing. Super false. Get a better business model.
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Dijitak Jul 5
"Privacy is important to us & we take it seriously." Damn right you do, its important to you because to because user privacy means you cant snoop on your users and sell their data. You seriousness is aimed at circumventing the privacy. You are a scumbag company, like many others
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John Scholey Jul 5
"Hi, Apple? Can you tell us how to get away with collecting user's data, please?"
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Keith Chau Jul 5
Shame on you. You have forever lost a customer.
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